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these conversations and working with the air force and others at the pentagon. appreciate everybody for coming out. they cues so much. [applause] -- thank you so much. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2013] >> the new congress is expected to debate immigration. a discussion on the naturalization process. later, an update on state and federal immigration law enforcement. we will also take your calls, e- mails, and tweets. "washington journal" each morning at 7:00 a.m. eastern. >> people who describe themselves as libertarian, you might be getting between 10% and 15%. if you give people a battery of questions about ideological things and you track those to different ideologies, depending on which poll you are looking at, you get 30% of americans who call themselves libertarians. if you ask, are you economically conservative and socially liberal -- liberal, you get over half of americans saying that is who they are. just because people say these things does not necessarily mean they believe them. if you ask americans if they wa
at the pentagon, the state at the white house. on friday he will be speaking at georgetown university about u.s.-afghan relations. we will have coverage of his comments at 5:03 p.m. eastern. >> next, analysis on how the fiscal could deal will affect the defense budget. and addresses by bob mcdonnell and andrew cuomo. >> i think the collectivization of the minds of americans oppose the founding fathers as particularly dangerous because -- america's founding fathers is a dangerous because they were not a collective unit. presenting them as such tends to dramatically over simplify the politics of the founding generation. it comes to be used as a big battering ram to beat people over the head with an ways that are unsound. >> michael austin on what he calls the deep historical flaws by conservative commentators in their use of america's founding history. he shares his view with david fontana on "after words" on c- span 2. >>, harris and released a report titled "what the fiscal clift deal means for defense." he is not confident congress confine the $2 trillion cuts needed to avoid sequestration c
concern. in fact, our defense minister is in town today at the pentagon, discussing some of these issues. he has come with a detailed list of the enablers the afghan national army needs, including, as you mentioned, long-range artillery and intelligence- gathering capabilities. fixed-wing and rotary aircraft for transportation. we have been completely dependent for all of these things on nato and our other friends and allies. again, a lot of these equipments are not as expensive as conducting these operations with nato in afghanistan. if there is a political will, it is doable. the same thing as far as the salaries of the afghan national army and police. yes, it is a significant number, considering the afghan economy. or the withdrawal of each international troops from afghanistan, we can sustain 80 afghan national army soldiers on the ground, if there is a willingness to continue with this mission. as you mentioned, to come with a more reasonable definition of success in afghanistan, which has come up to now, then diminished, what it means to succeed here in afghanistan. >> the end of t
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